Barack Obama Interview On Monday Night Football With Chris Berman

If Barack Obama Is Elected President, Could We Really See A Playoff In College Football?

11/3/08 in NFL   |   Pat   |   5229 respect


On this week's edition of Monday Night Football, Chris Berman interviewed presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain. Those videos aired at halftime.

When asked what they would do if they could change one thing in sports, Barack Obama responded that it's time for change... in college football. The BCS might as well stand for Bush's Crazy Standings, and Obama is calling for an 8-team playoff.

How would that look this year, if the season ended today? Well, take a look:

Wow... that's a pretty impressive statement, and change that ANY sports fan can believe in.

In the spirit of fairness and equality, you can check out John McCain's interview here.
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11/6/08   |   mackluster

I think Barack would like this hilarious BCS satire!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTGTR0zdMt8

11/4/08   |   ntimid8

Have y'all/youz guyz/you all not read any of my past statements????

Shoulda voted me in!!! My top two things to fix was the BCS and heath care....The NFL playas that don't want to play for their multimillion dollar yearly salary could help off set the uninsured....You don't play, you don't get paid. Owens check this week goes toooooo.............

11/4/08   |   Jubanator14   |   367 respect

TonyBaronie wrote:
I'm sorry no offense but The Canadian Press? There had to be an American version of this story.

Haha, it was the only one I could find that had the numbers last night.

11/4/08   |   TonyBaronie

Jubanator14 wrote:
More results in...Obama picks up 17 more votes, McCain 10, and Ron Paul got 2 write in votes. So that makes Obama 64% (32), McCain 32% (16), and Paul 4% (2).

I'm sorry no offense but The Canadian Press? There had to be an American version of this story.

11/4/08   |   fscrig75

mphomodiko wrote:
'Yes we can!'
Obama is a great chap,well informed in different areas- thats te kind of leader the world needs!!!!

to bad we aren't voting for a world leader!

I'll give barry his due for wanting a playoff system

11/4/08   |   mphomodiko

kantwistaye wrote:
Yes we can!

/ I'm probably going to end up somehow fitting that in every one of my comments until tomorrow is over.

'Yes we can!'
Obama is a great chap,well informed in different areas- thats te kind of leader the world needs!!!!

11/4/08   |   snbslugger

I won't be able to afford my satellite TV to watch football once Obama starts "spreading my wealth" around.

11/4/08   |   Jubanator14   |   367 respect

Whoever gave me the PQ for the suck it McCain needs to grow up. It was a joke.

11/4/08   |   Jubanator14   |   367 respect

(Edited by Jubanator14)

More results in...Obama picks up 17 more votes, McCain 10, and Ron Paul got 2 write in votes. So that makes Obama 64% (32), McCain 32% (16), and Paul 4% (2).

11/4/08   |   kramer   |   11004 respect

kantwistaye wrote:
ACORN hit the Dixville area really hard.  Obviously its already paying off.

/The "Yes We Can" thing might end up becoming a bit obnoxious.

/The "Yes We Can" thing might end up becoming a bit obnoxious.

You're right, Hillary.

11/4/08   |   kantwistaye   |   4210 respect

Pat wrote:

"Obama defeated John McCain 15-6 ... The first voter, following tradition established in 1948, was picked ahead of the midnight voting and the rest of the town's 19 registered voters followed suit in Tuesday's first minutes."

Looks like Dixville Notch has some Joe Maddon math going on... I demand a recount.

(Edited by kantwistaye)

ACORN hit the Dixville area really hard.  Obviously its already paying off.

/The "Yes We Can" thing might end up becoming a bit obnoxious.

11/4/08   |   Jubanator14   |   367 respect

kantwistaye wrote:
Well you know they say that you can't win the presidency without winning the Dixville vote.

Edit: Yes we can! ... almost blew that right away.

Yes You (almost) Did!

11/4/08   |   Pat   |   5229 respect

Jubanator14 wrote:
Yes you can!

In case anyone cares, Obama already leads officially...15 votes to 6. Suck it McCain.

"Obama defeated John McCain 15-6 ... The first voter, following tradition established in 1948, was picked ahead of the midnight voting and the rest of the town's 19 registered voters followed suit in Tuesday's first minutes."

Looks like Dixville Notch has some Joe Maddon math going on... I demand a recount.

11/4/08   |   kantwistaye   |   4210 respect

Jubanator14 wrote:
Yes you can!

In case anyone cares, Obama already leads officially...15 votes to 6. Suck it McCain.
(Edited by kantwistaye)

Well you know they say that you can't win the presidency without winning the Dixville vote.

Edit: Yes we can! ... almost blew that right away.

11/4/08   |   Jubanator14   |   367 respect

kantwistaye wrote:
Yes we can!

/ I'm probably going to end up somehow fitting that in every one of my comments until tomorrow is over.

Yes you can!

In case anyone cares, Obama already leads officially...15 votes to 6. Suck it McCain.

11/4/08   |   kantwistaye   |   4210 respect

Yes we can!

/ I'm probably going to end up somehow fitting that in every one of my comments until tomorrow is over.

11/4/08   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

littleice2 wrote:
Well if it went that way how would you set it up date wise, The only way would be over a month

Well, you could have it during that month and half when nothing is going on except the Flush.com Bowl.

11/3/08   |   littleice2   |   31 respect

Well if it went that way how would you set it up date wise, The only way would be over a month